French character charm in the heart of Adelaide’s east
A Kensington Park home is both rich in history and charm.
You will find it at 29 May Tce.
According to the selling agent, the home was built in 1880 for a French jeweller named Suhard, who designed the original Magarey Medal.
Suhard’s family continued to own the home for the next 100 years.
Immaculately presented throughout, the home has been brought into the modern age, while also retaining much of its original charm.
Some of its features include a wide and welcoming front veranda, polished floorboards and a wide central hallway with ceiling arches, typical of its era.
There are also fireplaces and some leadlight windows.
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Decorated in modern neutral tones throughout, the home has been given a modern open-plan kitchen/living/dining area to the rear, which lets in plenty of natural light and overlooks the neat rear gardens. Here you will find a paved area for alfresco living, lawn space and established plants, hedges and trees.
The property features up to five bedrooms, one of which comes with an ensuite, while another has a built-in bookshelf and could double as a study.
There’s also a modern family bathroom with both a shower and a bath.
The home, which is on a 695sqm block, also has a garage and a carport.
It is on the market with Ouwens Casserly Real Estate and is set to go to auction on Saturday, April 6, at 10.30am. It is being advertised with a price guide of $1.45 million.